Visual Pond Artspace, Inc. is a non-profit organization committed to the visual arts. Based in Manila, Visual Pond aims to be a dynamic player in the Philippine contemporary art scene through projects that engage and promote local artists both here and abroad.

We at Visual Pond envision a contemporary art scene that is vibrant, open to experimentation and supported by the community. By taking initiatives and creating opportunities for Filipino artists, we work towards this realization for the visual arts locale.

Asides from Manila-based projects, we are also interested in regional and international exchanges on ideas, concepts and possible collaborations with definite end products.


Monday, January 31, 2011

"Passage" - Extended run until 5 February 2011

The warmest of thanks to those who came to the artist talk and "closing" of Tad Ermitano's first solo exhibition, Passage, last Saturday at Pablo Gallery Fort Bonifacio. We're happy to announce for those who haven't seen the show that Passage will be having an extended run until this Saturday, 5 February 2011. Those who are interested in obtaining pictures of the exhibition for documentation and press coverage may click here to download hi-resolution pictures (link expires 5 February, 2 am Manila time). Video documentation will be uploaded in youtube after the exhibition run. Pablo Gallery is located at C-11 South of Market Condominium, 11th Avenue corner 26th Avenue, Fort Bonifacio Taguig and is open Tuesday to Saturday, 12 - 7 PM.

The next activity of End Frame Video Art Project 3: Present will be in late March at the Ateneo Art Gallery wherein End Frame 3 curator Clarissa Chikiamco will discuss the video art collection of the Fukuoka Asian Art Museum after her research residency there this February to March. There will also be more talks presented in the months running up till the next End Frame 3 solo exhibition, which will be of Manny Montelibano, opening in August at Gallery Nova. More details on these events will be released closer to the dates.

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